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Umami by Steelcase

The Umami system by Steelcase, while primarily intended for offices, works extremely well in education spaces—and looks good doing it.

Comprising lounges, platforms, tables, screens, and power, Umami creates a flexible space where people can work individually or in groups. All elements “simply and securely link together and unlock just as easily.”

A sweeping curve on lounge units means workers and students can sit comfortably in traditional and relaxed positions. And the collection’s screens allow for semi-private areas that balance solitude and openness.

Shapely and refined, Umami also appeals to people’s tactile desires, with a wide range of materials that evoke comfort and creativity. The system also incorporates connectivity.

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Posted August 1st, 2017 by Joseph Starr

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